Not the corn that they had stolen, but the corn that they had ploughed and shucked.
Bruno ploughed a way for David Rossi, and they reached home at last.
I stooped, lifted her in my arms, and ploughed through the weeds and water.
They have ploughed this wood with shells, and now they're coming to sow it.
He set his teeth in his exhaustion and ploughed on up the trail.
The Wabbly was moving across the ploughed fields with a deceptive smoothness.
His pony, whose nose had ploughed the ground, was up like a flash.
With purpose, he aroused himself and ploughed to the edge of the vat.
By and by he remembered this, and ploughed his way up the snowy incline to the Citadel.
The stormy days of autumn were approaching, when these northern lakes were often ploughed by fierce gales.